Northrop Grumman Shipbuilding President Mike Petters, center, and U.S. Navy Cmdr. Douglas W. Kunzman, prospective commanding officer, Gravely (DDG 107), are sprayed with sparkling wine as Mrs. Alma Gravely, widow of the ship's namesake, christens the ship

Northrop Grumman Shipbuilding President Mike Petters, center, and U.S. Navy Cmdr. Douglas W. Kunzman, prospective commanding officer, Gravely (DDG 107), are sprayed with sparkling wine as Mrs. Alma Gravely, widow of the ship's namesake, christens the ship
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Northrop Grumman Shipbuilding President Mike Petters, center, and U.S. Navy Cmdr. Douglas W. Kunzman, prospective commanding officer, Gravely (DDG 107), are sprayed with sparkling wine as Mrs. Alma Gravely, widow of the ship's namesake, christens the ship at Northrop Grumman Shipbuilding's facility in Pascagoula, Miss. Her late husband, Samuel L. Gravely Jr. was a pioneer in the Navy for African-American officers and sailors